Bill A. Jones

Known to millions from his multiple appearances as news anchor "Rod Remington" on the hit Fox TV show "GLEE," Bill A. Jones is also an in demand emcee and singer. In addition to "Glee," Bill was seen on "CSI: New York" as the Donald Trump-inspired character, 'Richard Kemp,' and was 'Stormy Hernandez' on TVLand’s "The Soul Man." Additionally, Bill has been seen on "Workaholics," "The King Of Queens," "Everybody Hates Chris," "Las Vegas," "Criminal Minds," and other shows. Bill has been featured in TV campaigns for FedEx, Crest Toothpaste, Nissan, American Airlines & others. On film, Bill co-starred with Al Pacino in Simone, and starred in the acclaimed short, The Morning Guy.  

Bill was recently named one of LA’s top Male Cabaret/Concert Artists for 2015 by BroadwayWorld’s Don Grigware. As a singer, Bill has opened for Tony Bennett and Steve Tyrell, and has toured with The Glenn Miller Orchestra. Bill swings the great standards in the tradition of Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble and others, typically with the backing of a full Big Band. His latest CD, I’ve Heard That Song, Big Band Songbook, was released on to high acclaim.

For years, Bill’s voice was heard as an air personality for LA radio stations such as KLAC, K-Lite, KMPC, and KGIL, as well as nationwide via satellite as a host on Dial Global Network’s Adult Standards.  

In addition to countless Commercials, TV Promos, Movie Trailers, and Industrials; as an Award Winning V/O Performer, Bill has been the "Voice" of The Fox Movie Channel, The Razzie Awards, The Documentary series Quest, and of American Airlines’ in-flight audio program Timeless Tracks.

Bill also travels around the world as a Corporate Spokesperson, and works steadily as an Emcee of major events.